A new budget plan is putting the state’s money where its mouth is in combating AAPI hate.
A recent report from Vice’s Motherboard found many Black and Brown drivers were forced to repeatedly deliver to the same address they encountered racism.
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Puerto Ricans continue their fight against the forced privatization of their power grid amid rising costs, outages, and corruption.
The Senate unanimously passed legislation that would recognize the day slavery officially ended as a federal holiday. Now it heads to the House.
The bill, with four prime sponsors and 65 co-sponsors has been referred to the House State Government Committee.
As a result of Vermont reaching the threshold, COVID restrictions are being removed across the state.
El discurso de Rachel Cheng fue recibido con aplausos hasta que se puso a elogiar a sus “pares” en Oriente Medio. Ahora la están llamando antisemita.
La representante Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez lideró a 110 miembros del Congreso a firmar una carta solicitando fondos suficientes para retener al personal de la Cámara y aumentar la diversidad.
AOC led 110 Members of Congress in a letter asking for sufficient funding to retain House staff, and increase diversity.
Odessa Kelly puede poner fin a una dinastía política local si logra derrotar al sempiterno Jim Cooper en las primarias a la Cámara de Representantes por Tennessee.
Odessa Kelly could play dynasty killer in Tennessee’s 2022 House primaries, as she takes on longtime Rep. Jim Cooper.
The speech was met with cheers before Rachel Cheng applauded her Middle Eastern peers. Now she’s being called an anti-Semite.
Torres y Grijalva animaron a 24 legisladores a enviar una carta al fiscal general Merrick Garland, instándolo a considerar la posibilidad de abandonar la impugnación contra People not Profit.
La organización Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard ha impugnado fallo de 2003 que confirmaba la práctica de la discriminación positiva, respaldada por primera vez por la Corte en 1978.
Torres and Grijalva led 24 lawmakers in sending a letter to AG Merrick Garland, urging him to consider dropping the legal challenge against People not Profit.
Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard is challenging a 2003 ruling that upheld the practice of affirmative action, first supported by the Court in 1978.
The Governor, who has emerged as a frontrunner for Republicans in 2024 alongside Donald Trump, is going all in for the former president’s base.
The exhibit, part of the #ImmigrantsAreEssential campaign, brings home why immigrants need protections going forward in the U.S.
Julia Keleher has pleaded guilty to two federal fraud conspiracy charges following her time as the island’s top education official during the late 2010s.
Incidents of AAPI hate have been on the rise since last year, and students back in school bring a slew of new obstacles to fighting its occurrence.
Sometimes it’s all about a little recognition.
The Women’s Health Protection Act would guarantee the right to abortion services in the U.S.
The bill took its first step to passage as it succeeded through the state’s Senate.
The majority of Thomson Reuters independent shareholders vote in favor of a proposal to have the company investigate human rights abuses of its work with ICE.